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What Happens to Your Body When You Stop Having Sèx

Sèxual abstinence can affect both physical and mental health in significant ways. Our bodies are designed to encourage sèxual activity through hormones and behaviors, which can lead to serious physical and mental health changes when we stop having sèx.

According to healthline One physical change that occurs when we stop having sèx is a decrease in testosterone and estrogen levels, leading to reduced sèxual desire and a less active libido. For women, low estrogen levels can also result in decreased vaginal secretions and lubrication, making sèx uncomfortable or painful. These hormonal changes can also affect our physical appearance, potentially leading to symptoms of depression, anxiety, and weight gain.

Additionally, sèxual abstinence can cause us to become less physically active, which can weaken our muscles and slow our metabolism, resulting in lower energy levels and fitness.

On the mental side, abstaining from sèx can lead to negative emotions and feelings of disconnection, loneliness, and insecurity. Without the release of endorphins during sèx, we may experience a lack of pleasure and happiness.

However, there are some potential benefits to sèxual abstinence. It can allow individuals to focus on self-care and personal development, work through self-esteem issues, and explore their own sexuality. It can also be an opportunity to cultivate non-sexual relationships.

Ultimately, it's important to listen to your body and practice self-care and awareness to maintain your health and well-being. If you're experiencing negative symptoms due to sèxual abstinence, it may be beneficial to seek professional advice and support.

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